On Tuesday, Jack Daniel’s officials appeared before the Lincoln County Commission to address citizen concerns about whiskey warehouse expansion on Wabash Road in Mulberry.
Moore County’s William Trice one of the first recipients of UT’s new Distinguished Tennessean Scholarship
Moore County resident and MCHS graduate William Trice will be one of the first in the state to receive UT’s new Distinguished Tennessean Scholarship .
LOCAL EDUCATION NEWS | Motlow State Community College unveiled its new Aviation Simulation Lab located at the Middle Tennessee Education Center (MTEC) in Shelbyville. The lab includes three Redbird flight simulators, two of which are FAA certified.
LOCAL EDUCATION NEWS | Motlow State’s Library is a valuable resource to folks in Moore County and beyond. It just received a $5,000 grant from the Tennessee Arts Commission.
EDUCATION NEWS | Attention MTSU graduates and family members, Fall Graduation Ceremonies happen on Saturday. Can’t attend in person? The event will be live streamed as well.
Wreaths Across America, Jack Daniel’s BRAVE group will honor veterans at local cemeteries on December 17
LOCAL NEWS | Jack Daniel’s veterans’ group, BRAVE, raised enough funds to lay 302 total wreaths this year on Wreath Across America Day on December 17 at Lynchburg and Highview cemeteries.
This year over 1,300 Jack Daniel barrels were used to erect trees in 13 cities. The top barrels from each go on sale today and it all goes to Operation Ride Home.
LOCAL NEWS | Help the Moore County Resource Center ensure no local child gets left behind this holiday season by donating to the Lynchburg Angel Tree Program. Pick an angel at the Jack Daniel’s Employee Credit Union or Farmer’s Bank.
LOCAL EVENT NEWS | Free hot chocolate, Christmas cookies, and caroling. Oh my! Join the Moore County 150th / Lynchburg 200th Committee on Saturday for the inaugural lighting of the Gazebo Christmas Tree.
LOCAL NEWS | It’s a narrow winding Moore County backroad. On Monday, the Metro Council voted to lower the official speed limit on Smith’s Chapel Drive from 45 miles per hour to 30 miles per hour.